Justin Gaethje has no intentions of leaving the UFC without receiving retribution for his reduction to Dustin Poirier 3 decades ago.
Justin Gaethje has had a stellar UFC operate as a result far. Considering the fact that leaping about from the Planet Collection of Fighting in 2017, he has truly lived up to his nickname of turning in one highlight after another, racking up a functionality reward in just about every solitary fight up till his reduction to Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 254. The decline to Nurmagomedov certainly burns a competitor of Gaethje’s degree, but there is yet another opponent whom he is adamant about facing again: victor of previous Saturday’s UFC 257 principal occasion Dustin “The Diamond” Poirier.
Justin Gaethje Vows To Actual Revenge
In April 2018, Justin Gaethje and Dustin Poirier took section in an instantaneous common which many take into account to be the most entertaining fight of Gaethje’s occupation, which is declaring a good deal. Gaethje has constantly prided himself on putting on a demonstrate, but the just one factor he likes more is obtaining his arm lifted in victory.
As Gaethje appears to rebound from his decline to Nurmagomedov in October, he has surveyed the light-weight scene and continues to be open to what comes his way, but his gaze will in no way thoroughly stray from the luster of a Poirier rematch with an alternate ending.
“It was an awesome weekend for us lightweights,” Gaethje instructed ESPN of UFC 257. “It seriously shook up the division and it will seriously make the UFC matchmakers arrive alongside one another and appear up with some suggestions. There are a large amount of possibilities.
“I observed they moved Dustin in advance of me in the rankings, deservedly so. He is one, I’m two, Charles (Oliveira) is three, (Michael) Chandler is four. No matter what, I acquired to get my revenge with Poirier. I’m likely to make it there no matter how I gotta get there.”
After proclaiming the #1-contender slot after finishing the most significant superstar in the sport, Justin Gaethje knows that a rematch in opposition to Poirier is not in the playing cards in the in the vicinity of future, but if he wins his up coming struggle, it could occur sooner than the current lightweight image illustrates.
Who do you think would acquire in a rematch involving Justin Gaethje and Dustin Poirier?